Monthly Archives: March 2011

Three weeks down the road

It’s not everday that seeing a car stuck in the middle of the second floor catches your eye and distcracts you from seeing that the road ahead is blocked because a boat is in the middle of the street wedged … Continue reading

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Heading up north

Last night I agreed to drive Andrew Yamamoto up to Sendai to help with the response to the people in the more quake damaged areas. I am not certain how well I will be connected to the internet to keep … Continue reading

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A prayer request

Going to church on Sunday morning, means having a day with no milk. Most stores open at 10 a.m. and by the time worship is over milk is sold out for the day. I am not sure if it was … Continue reading

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The quest for water

Today I was finally able to gas up the car. A little shocking that the price which had been inching up since the beginnings of the unrest in Libya prior to the earthquake had now jumped to somewhere around 7 … Continue reading

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Don’t DRINK the WATER!!

I’ve been noticing that number of people reading my daily blogs has been trickling downward over the past several days. I am sure it in part because I write too much but I also suspect that given the crisis has … Continue reading

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Don’t Believe What the NEWS Says!

Last night we were excited when the news reported gasoline and milk would be available again in Tokyo. This morning at local grocery store had no milk, just a sign in front of the dairy section informing costumers that they … Continue reading

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The panicked flight of foreigners and its impact on our future

Yesterday’s morning worship began with a huge aftershock that rocked the sanctuary. This was the second Sunday in a row that has happened. According to the specialists we can expect one to two more weeks of aftershocks. Thankfully they have … Continue reading

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